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, everything we know from massachusetts is we will get those people. rich: november 30 is the deadline. a number of democrats in the senate more republican or conservative states pushing the administration. he better get on and fix this as soon as possible. dagen: calling him on the phone saying could you have picked a better phrase? >> it happens to all of us. dagen: what, honesty? rich: exactly. connell: you heard him talk about massachusetts, or referring to it. mitt romney had comments on the whole fiasco. let's watch that. >> you have to tell the american people the truth and when you told the american people that you could keep thei your health insurance if you wanted to keep that plan, he said that time and again, he wasn't telling the truth. i think that fundamental dishonesty has really put in peril the whole foundation of his second term. dagen: art laffer is here under president ronald reagan. from a political standpoint, these people that governor romney was referring to less than 5% of the population, it could possibly be they won't sway an election. >> i think it will tur
you about cost portion. in massachusetts the model. health care costs have not come down. they pay the most per person in the country on health care. in the united states we go forward with obamacare. they don't have young people signing up. they are takeing a $95 penalty as opposed to paying higher premiums. that create what is they call a death spiral. older, less healthy folks signing up but not supported by younger, healthy folk paying into the system. potentially it collapses. what do you do? >> you described it perfectly. this is what we talked about when debating the bill. we're seeing it happen now. those who are younger are not just going to pay all these higher costs for no benefit. those who are older are moving into a system that is being undercut by the failure of the economics of the plan and the death spiral is exactly what we are seeing start right now. although the administration points to a lot of individual stories about people who are able to get health care, and there are people who are able to get health care with the exchange subsidies, the fact is that the i
, the tufts health care plan, which is a big one up in massachusetts. hcsc and florida blue cross-blue shield are five we have confirmed and aetna put out a statement talking about what their concerns are about this. in the statement they say that they support efforts to allow people to keep what they have, however, we will need cooperation and expedited approval from state regulators to remove barriers that would make it difficult to make this change in such a short period of time. state regulators will need to al us to update policies and secure appropriate rates to get these plans back on the market. we've already heard from states that are saying, yes and no to this new proposal from the president. those saying no so far, include, arkansas, washington state, and vermont. some of those states want to keep those minimum new standards in the president's health care law. others say it is just impractical to try to do all this quickly. states that are saying, yes, ohio, florida, and kentucky, are three of them. some analysts say though that really what this is, what some of this is about is sh
the president to change including in massachusetts, mississippi, a few other states including 10 states who will allow insurance companies including colorado, north carolina, oregon and texas. that continues at the white house at 4:00 today. as a group have said it is very difficult and will take years to phase out. insurance company allowed them to phase them in over a matter of months. it could be even more expensive. this is from yesterday. down in florida, in miami an event to try and get people signed up on obamacare. a cbs affiliate picked up video of her witnessing the website crashing for a couple of times. cbs says only two people were able to get health insurance. we have yet to receive a response on why that is true. seeing firsthand how the website continues to crash. the administration has it out and running at the end of this month for the metric is filled with lots of questions as to how many people will actually be able to access that site. back to you. adam: simply put, don't hold your breath. lori: we learned earlier today fewer americans bought previously owned homes last
, cindy and adjoining states like georgia, massachusetts, rhode island, rhode island. there are number of democrats on capitol hill calling for changes on the law. >> there should be a transitional year. it takes time for this. the transitional year be this year, shop, get the product right, get the market right and get the rollout right. >> the website will be working for the majority of the people by the end of this month. cheryl: rich, thank you. dennis: sticking with health care, key health care official admitting in test my to congress 30 to 40% of healthcare.gov still needs to be built. given how well they did the past three years to build the first 70%, it is going over swimmingly well. chairman and ceo of th ehealth. you wrote a letter to its go to offer to help out. tell us what you offered and what you heard. >> we have done this for years and years. the amazon.com of health insurance. we wrote a letter to the president offering to help, we will take is over while others are trying to fix the federal government exchange to get people enrolled because at the end of the day thi
burden would be higher than it would be for illinois and mississippi or massachusetts bucks it is not burdened by the federal deficit and the debt burden that goes along with an. when you compare that pr is not in bad shape. adam: the shark circling whether it is and the cheaper not ended the island cannot borrow at affordable rates won't we cms sells off? three quarters of muni bond funds in the country have exposure to puerto ricans debt and sell something and they may wind up selling whatever as opposed to what they should sell. >> a lot of veteran analysts believe puerto rico's debt is money good meaning when it comes time to the interest and principal is going to be paid back. there's a lot of concern about reading the negative media reports and i have to be honest of hamel concerned two or thre weeks ago there were hedge fund managers would not know municipal bond it they did them in the face claiming puerto rico with a $0.10 on the dollar. that is ludicrous. if you look at the facts and you know what is going on you know puerto rico's debt is many good. adam: hugh poi
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